Tag Archives: healthcare industry
How Spirits Would Reinvent the Healthcare Industry
By Andy Smith (@andysmithpalio) What whiskey will not cure, there is no cure for, says an old Irish adage. While that might not track well with todays focus on healthier lifestyles, the health...
Posted in Social Media | Tagged blogging, branding, Compliance, condition, consumer, dialogue, diet, distribution, experience, focus, Health, healthcare industry, intergration, lifestyle, marketing, messaging, pain management, personality, personalization, Pharmaceutical industry, Pharmacy, prescriptions, private, regulation, revenue, sale, spirits, sponsorship, sponsorships, therapy, value | 1 Comment
Generation Y and Health: The Making of the Millennial Doctor
This post continues our new series on Generation Y and their relationship with their health. From challenges to epidemics, this series attempts to expose how these digital natives are managing...
Posted in Digital Health | Tagged collaboration, computers, disease management, doctor, Generation Y, healthcare, healthcare industry, hierarchy, instant messaging, internet, Medical school, millennial, physician, practice, relationship, social media, sociology, technology, video chat | Leave a comment
Zee Future Of Health
By Daniel Licht (@thedvl) Recently Zemoga worked with PSFK on concepts for their new report in conjunction with UNICEF. Now those are some big names. PSFK, for those that don't know are the...
Posted in Digital Health | Tagged Augmented reality, creativity, crowdfunding, Design, future, healthcare industry, innovation, mobile, PSFK, SMS, social media, technology, Trends, UNICEF | Leave a comment